My favourite pieces

I love meeting people. I love hearing a good story too. And I’ve been told I’m really good a pulling a story out of even the shiest person. Here are some of my favourite stories. I hope you like them.

Financial Times
FT Masterclass: drone racing with the FT

The Guardian
How the internet still fails disabled people

How the internet of things can prevent or help you get pregnant

What’s it like for a small business when your website get hacked?

When the UK goes ‘digital by default’ who will be left behind?

I’m a PERSON named London NOT the city

Is Brixton London’s next tech hipster hub?

FBI investigate Russian hacking

Should we be concerned about Placemeter

Map some noise: how your smartphone can help tackle city sound pollution

Caribbean World
*cover story* Futurist airline design

Tomorrow’s World

Tomorrow’s World 2

Dulwich Diverter
*cover story* Grove is in the heart – profiles on local business owners

*cover story* Great Scott – profile on Bubble Writer, Linda Scott

A night at the opera – profile on Dulwich Opera Company

Sole man – profile on one of London’s last cobblers

Wonderous works – profile on new director of Dulwich Picture Gallery, Jennifer Scott

*cover story* Home is where the art is – profiles on artists showing work during the Dulwich Festival

Knowing the score – profile on one of the last classical sheet music shops in the world

Off their own bat – profile on Streatham and Marlborough cricket club and work with local children

New chapters – profiles on authors for Dulwich literary festival: Joey Connolly, Kate Miller, Adam Rutherford and Kei Miller

A high achievement – profile on paralympic skier James Luetchford

Heavenly harmonies – profile on choir conductor Xenia Davis

Creative characters – profiles on artists showing work during the Dulwich Festival